Jay-Z Goes On A Social Networking Spree, Unleashes "Dead Presidents 3"
He might crash your internet...and he ain't even into that.
With Jay-Z's thirteenth solo studio album "Magna Carta Holy Grail" being a major move in technology's direction for Hov, he has taken to the internet to refine his persona. Jay-Z allowed fans to "interview" him today via Twitter, and he responded. He also came bearing gifts.
Jay-Z's Twitter handle (@S_C_) has been given very sporadic attention, but today there was a whole lot of activity. He started around noon EST and ended at the random time of 7:09PM, RT'ing and replying to fans using hashtags like #mylaugh and #myvoice along with #factsonly. Fans were ecstatic at the attention being provided by Shawn Carter. He even added some jokes, including one where a fan only wanted a reply of punctuation, and Jay-Z tweeted ".;".
In the midst of the Tweet banter, a question popped up from a fan about "Dead Presidents 3," a track recorded around the time of Jay's tenth studio album "American Gangster," but never finished. In 2007, the partial track released, however today after a fan inquiry, the full song was leaked via producer Young Guru's Soundcloud page. Young Guru also produced the "DP3" track. You can check that song out below, and notice the second verse was used on "Moment Of Clarity" off "The Black Album."
Perhaps Jay-Z will be taking more of an active handle on his social networking. A few months back, a "Shawn Carter" Facebook page surfaced, with personal posts by either Jay-Z or a close representative. The page is still active and is frequently used to reveal various information about Jay-Z, most recently the "MCHG" track list. If Jay-Z maintains a web presence, prepare for the internet to break daily.
As soon as any black man reach a pinnacle level of success! Look out for all the destructive forces from all sides. The perfect answer to not being smeared is to spend time with real family members, and real friends. Do things, that benefit your people and others. Do what's pleasant to GOD not man. Remember he's blessed you with all that you've attained, be a good steward of your blessings. God's watching your sharing heart. Make a difference in lives you come in contact with through your daily life, through your travels, and so forward. Always remember the ole negro spiritual, "Let My Work Speak For Me"!
I listened to "Magna Carter Holy Grail" start to finish. It is a "good" album by today's standards. It is not classic Jay by any means. He was once hungry, and now cannot convey that empathetic flow we as listeners could once relate to. I enjoy "Picasso Baby" amongst the first 10 minutes.
I was never a big fan of Jay Z growing up. I used to be the one hating thinking the same thing how is looks are and things like that. After seeing the positive, creativity and business man that he is, I would love to be like him. Even though I say money attracts a lot of attention and fake love, I see that the love Jay Z & Beyoncé have is pure.
Do your thing playboy and continue to shake off the haters.
it kills me that a guy that's worth 500 million had no white friends growing up now he has too many, I wonder why?
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